Une journée dans l'histoire de SkyWay: "Kilomètre zéro"

Une journée dans l'histoire de SkyWay: "Kilomètre zéro"

27 Juillet 2019 11199

Il y a exactement quatre ans, nous avons résumé le vote pour l'image du signe "kilomètre zéro" – le monument mémorial, à partir duquel commence la première estacade à corde au monde. Les concepteurs de CJSC "String Technologies" (SAF "Technologies à corde") ont développé plus d'une douzaine de croquis qui ont été proposés pour une discussion ouverte par les investisseurs. La rétroaction a permis de créer une image collective du signe qui a absorbé beaucoup de caractères. Selon l'idée des auteurs, le monument mémorial, sur lequel est installé le signe du "Kilomètre zéro", symbolise tout le chemin de l'amélioration des transports et des routes. Pour passer au signe, vous devez surmonter la section du sentier pavé de pierre brute, puis de pavés et d'asphalte.

Le signe lui-même montre une carte de l'Europe, sur laquelle la Biélorussie a pris la place centrale - l'endroit d'où vient le transport à corde. La Biélorussie est légèrement surélevée au-dessus de la partie principale de la gravure afin que chaque visiteur puisse voir de quel pays et de quel continent, de l'idée à l'incarnation, les routes à corde sont venues dans ce monde.

Le signe a été monté dans une dalle de béton armé pesant mille tonnes et répète les contours de la Biélorussie, c'est la plaque faisant partie de la base massive du support d'ancrage qui est en outre la première station de passagers SkyWay. Le signe a non seulement donné le coup d'envoi à la construction de la première estacade de rails à cordes au monde, mais représente également un point de départ pour améliorer l'écologie dont dépend notre avenir commun.

Il y a quelques années, le territoire de l'ÉcoTechnoParc était un terrain vague ordinaire, un terrain d'essais de chars abandonné envahi par des buissons. En seulement quatre ans, nous avons réussi à donner vie à ce morceau de terre. Dans le cadre de l'ÉcoFest-2019, les participants auront l'occasion unique de toucher l'histoire de la création du transport à corde, de la première pierre aux développements les plus récents des ingénieurs de l'entreprise.

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